Welcome to Vanner
Vanner has been delivering engineering excellence in power conversion and power transformation for commercial vehicles in nine markets since 1977. Vanner is a leader in commercial transportation and designs and delivers patented high quality, cost-effective and environmentally responsible products and services in the U.S. and around the world.
We are a transportation industry leader with proven engineering expertise, market leadership, patented products, ISO9001 and ISO14001 certification, and an award-winning assembly plant in Hilliard, Ohio. With 75% marketshare in Ambulance and 80% marketshare in the Bus Industry, companies trust Vanner for high-quality, on-time delivery of power conversion/transportation products for OEMs, transit companies and after-market suppliers.
Problem Solving Specialists
We are problem-solvers who work closely with companies of all sizes in each market to design, develop and deliver an advanced line of custom and standard power transformation products and solutions including: High Voltage DC-DC Converters, Idle-Reduction Systems, Ultracapacitor Start Assist Systems, Model-based Battery Monitoring, Battery Equalizers with Internal Battery Monitoring and J-1939 CAN Bus Communication, and our broad offering of AC Power options. We also deliver best-in-the industry static and dynamic inverters, battery chargers, isolators, converters, equalizers, throttles and accessories.
Increased Accessory Power IAPII™
Efficient energy management is the desire of the modern transit fleet. Effectively distributing power to accessories like electric air conditioning, air compressors, and power steering systems is key to providing better fuel economy, reduced emissions and lower maintenance costs.
Vanner 80-Series Equalizer with MBBM®
“Protect Your Starting Batteries” / “When Engine Starting is Critical” / “No More Dead Starting Batteries”
80-Series Equalizer is a 24VDC to 12VDC equalizer with features of proprietary MBBM® (Model Based Battery Monitoring) algorithm to determine the SOH (State-of-Health and SOC (State-of-Charge) of a vehicle’s auxiliary batteries.